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    Time Estimates.

    It seems mar[email protected] and I have agreement on the way to calculate ages of haploclades or subclades of haplogroups.

    Originally posted by J Honeychuck View Post
    It seems like Marko Heinila's work may be of use to you, but I can't actually explain it. http://dna-forums.org/index.php?/top...-j-haplogroup/

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    It seems like Marko Heinila's work may be of use to you, but I can't actually explain it. http://dna-forums.org/index.php?/top...-j-haplogroup/

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    J1c3d Subclade

    I have seen some claims that J1 is younger than J2. One even claimed it was just over 1,000 years old.

    I checked the J1c3d [Tested] on ysearch.org. Some are as far apart as a genetic distance of 44 such as a 67 marker test between E43PY [Duncan] and KBZSZ [Leon-Guerrero].

    I checked the TMRCA with the calculator at: http://www.scs.illinois.edu/~m​cdonald/tmrca.htm

    The point where probability is over 50% is 335 generations. If a generation is 20 years, that is 6700 years. If it is 25 years, that is 8375 years between the two I checked. It is possible they are related within 209 to 521 generations. That would be from 4180 years to 13,005 years in Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor.

    I have created a J1c3d haplotype for predictive purposes and hope it will assist those in considering testing for more SNPs. I have it listed under the ysearch.org account under EVH4G. It is under the "Surname" of "J1c3d Modal Haplotype" for those who are interested.

    This is the closest I will come to "peer review," so feel free to give my work a critique with logical arguments.
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